[SciPy-dev] Re: [SciPy-user] SciPy.org server migration tonight

Joe Cooper joe at enthought.com
Mon Jun 20 23:07:29 CDT 2005

Hi again,

It was a nice dream, but SciPy will remain in CVS for the time being. 
cvs2svn choked on our repository.  It's been brought up with the 
developers, and hopefully there will soon be a solution.  CVS is back to 

I'll try again tomorrow...Sigh.

Joe Cooper wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been threatening a server migration of SciPy.org for a couple of 
> weeks now, and tonight's the night on which at least some services will 
> move (whether they like it or not).
> I will be shutting down CVS access in a few minutes, as the cvs2svn 
> conversion takes a while to process and I will definitely move SciPy to 
> Subversion tonight.  Throughout the evening, other services will 
> probably disappear for a bit, hopefully to reappear on the new server 
> soon after.
> I'm certain there will be issues, as we're moving to much newer versions 
> of all software, removing a bunch of old users, switching from CVS to 
> Subversion, and a couple dozen other changes that don't come to mind 
> right now.  Please let me know if you see any such problems in the 
> coming days.
> I'll notify the list when things are back to sanity as best as I can 
> figure.
> Thanks!
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